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Fall means flu season is here

October 4, 2018 As we head into the final months of 2018, the chances of contracting the flu become a greater possibility. more »»

Mail ballots ‘drop’ Friday

October 4, 2018 Roughly 140,000 Vote-By-Mail ballots were placed in the mail today for the November General Election, with an expected arrival before the end of next week. more »»

South Cape Farmer’s Market kicks off Saturday

October 4, 2018 The popular South Cape Farmer's Market will return this month at Club Square, featuring some favorites, as well as some new vendors. “We can’t wait to get back and see all of our customers. more »»

Tearing it up: Two-night 239 Fest takes the stage next weekend

October 4, 2018 239 Fest is coming into its eighth year of bringing the best local punk, ska and reggae bands together for two nights of live music in Cape Coral. more »»

‘Pumpkin patch’ returns to Faith Presbyterian Church

October 4, 2018 Everything pumpkin will be featured at Faith Presbyterian Church this month with their annual pumpkin patch sale and Pumpkin Festival. “The pumpkin patch is our annual fundraiser for our youth grou. more »»

Military Museum’s Casino Night fundraiser set for Oct. 12

October 4, 2018 Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library is hosting a Roaring ’20s themed fundraiser, Casino Night, next weekend. more »»

VIP tickets available for Shop for Success event

October 4, 2018 Women are invited to attend the annual Shop for Success event, a Dress for Success SW Florida fundraiser, this November in Fort Myer. more »»

NWNA to host school board candidates Oct. 11

October 4, 2018 The Northwest Cape Coral Neighborhood Association will hold a special meeting on Oct. 11, to include a forum among school board candidates. The doors will open at 6 p.m. more »»

Councilmember Cosden pushes for air quality checks

October 3, 2018 With all the attention this summer on the quality of water, red tide and blue-green algae, something that has flown way under the radar has been the resulting air quality. more »»

Businesses air issues at water panel

October 3, 2018 Nearly 20 business owners, chamber of commerce presidents and city council members from throughout Southwest Florida gathered at the Sanibel Marriott Resort Tuesday afternoon to meet with Casey... more »»

One dead, three injured, after SUV jumps curb, tumbles over house and lands in swimming pool

October 3, 2018 An investigation into a car crash that left three people with life-threatening injuries and a passenger dead is continuing. more »»

North Fort Myers High becomes ‘Unified Champion’ school

October 3, 2018 North Fort Myers High School is about to embark an athletic program that will bring together students with and without special needs to compete against other schools in numerous sports. more »»

Summerset Regatta sets sail this weekend

October 3, 2018 Grab your sunblock and head to the Fort Myers Beach Pier for a front row seat to the sailboat races! It’s that time of year where the weather drops a few degrees, the beach becomes full, and The... more »»

Hope Healthcare’s resale store offering bargains Monday

October 3, 2018 Columbus Day will be a great day to shop for bargains — and help a local charity. more »»

Marceno sworn in as Lee County sheriff

October 2, 2018 Newly appointed Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno was sworn into office Monday morning, beginning a new chapter for the Lee County Sheriff's Office, and closing the book on the highly respected... more »»

Brockovich to lead water quality panel discussion

October 2, 2018 Environmental activist Erin Brockovich has been across the state this week, learning about the severe water quality issues Florida is dealing with and she will culminate her educational experience... more »»

Driver critically injured in Thursday morning crash

September 28, 2018 Cape Coral Police are investigating a serious injury crash that sent one person to the hospital in critical condition. Around 8 a.m. more »»

Cape reports water quality ‘headway’

September 27, 2018 As another week of fighting toxic water events across Lee County passes, some progress has been reported for canal waters due to increased mitigation efforts from Cape Coral and county officials. more »»

Cities appeal Lake O water discharges decision

September 27, 2018 Three Lee County municipalities are challenging a recent decision by the water management district on changes to the Caloosahatchee's minimum flows and levels criteria. more »»

Rotary Community Garden: Special dedication to be held Saturday

September 27, 2018 By MEGHAN McCOY Join the Rotarians for a special dedication of the Rotary Community Garden Saturday afternoon north of the City Hall parking lo. more »»



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